Just over nine years ago the September 11th attacks occurred, which killed thousands of people in New York City, Pennsylvania and Washington D.C. In the aftermath, the United States went to war in Iraq and Afghanistan, where thousands more Americans have been killed.
There are some people in America who do not accept the standard view of what happened on 9-11. One of them is Josef Princiotta of Anchorage, who is giving a free talk tonight at the choral pod at the Kodiak High School.
— (Princiotta 1 39 sec "My cousin, Vincent Princiotta … towers that collapsed.")
Princiotta (prince-see-ota) says his mission is not to speculate about who or why the attacks occurred:
— (Princiotta 2 35 sec "I deal with the evidence … find out the facts.")
His presentation in Kodiak came at the request of locals who heard him speak in Anchorage:
— (Princiotta 3 28 sec "I’ve been on this quest … that’s why I’m here today.")
Princiotta’s (prince-see-ota’s) free talk is tonight at 7 p.m. at the Kodiak High School in the choral pod of the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium.